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(3.) Members of the West Semitic Research Project photographed Kirsopp Blake and William Lake's negatives in 2000.
Lundberg (West Semitic research, Fuller Theological Seminary); Steven Fine (Jewish history, Yeshiva U.); and Wayne T.
Members of the West Semitic Research Project at the University of Southern California are helping the University's Oriental Institute make very high-quality electronic images of nearly 700 Aramaic administrative documents.
Bruce Zuckerman, through his roles as director of the West Semitic Research Project, co-director of the InscriptiFact database, and founder of the journal Maarav, has for decades been at the leading edge of the use of technology to enhance the traditional study of ancient texts and artifacts.
The maturity of the field is shown by the fact that in the last period surveyed by Smith (1985-89) the list of texts and tools covers four pages and includes the photographic resources of the West Semitic Research Project, revised editions of several grammars, bibliographies, and entries for Ugaritic in Cyberspace (the Internet and CD-ROMs).
Also included here are one hundred more recent photographs taken by the West Semitic Research Project (i.e., Bruce and Ken Zuckerman), in Amman (primarily, the "Copper Scroll"), East Jerusalem, and at the Shrine of the Book.